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Lumintop Tool AA 2.0 – Full Review ($18 EDC Powerhouse)

My full review of the Lumintop Tool AA 2.0 flashlight. Great features and output, and an even better price.

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18 replies on “Lumintop Tool AA 2.0 – Full Review ($18 EDC Powerhouse)”

Nice review. I'll add that using a NIMH Eneloop Pro has the same lumen output as the alkaline but much better run time especially using the pro version or any high output 2500mah NIMH battery. Also the more heat, the more your driving the circuit to the limit with the 3.7v lithium battery which will suck the life out of the components. I'd say getting an hour at 270lm is really great for a AA pocket light and lumens are the law of diminishing returns, you need 4x the lumens for the human eye to see twice as bright. All that said makes using a high output NIMH battery the sweet spot for everything with this flashlight! But enjoy the 14500s, I'm just pointing this out for people that don't understand as much about the technology.

I'm a bit late to the game but the Lumintop Tool 2.0 certainly looks like an excellent bargain in a small, lightweight flashlight (with solid output!) I just checked my Nitecore chargers that I use for 18650s and they also handle 14500s, which is cool! Thanks for the video!

Interesting light. Maybe I missed it but it seems like you forgot yo mention the run times on either battery. Run times are a big determining factor, 650 lumens dont mean too much to me if it runs the battery down in 15 or 20 minutes. But thx for taking the time to do the review.

Best edc buy ever, period … runs lithium like it’s meant to, @ 500 lumins! Goes threw dryer or wash cycles no problem, lol.

I've got the same light. I use AAs in it, I have not been overly impressed with the run time, but it is bright.

Nice, just grabbed one on Lighting Deal from Amazon. If it works well I'll get a couple extra for the wife and get home bags

Girlfriend asked if I'm really watching a video on a flashlight. Lol some people will never understand.

The Nebo Redline Flex I told you about has all these features, comes with the rechargeable battery for $20. The only thing it doesn't have is the defuser which I have never remotely wished I had or noticed I didn't have. Here is the link. More bang for the buck. The website says $21.99 but you can get it a couple dollars cheaper.

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